Vladimir Džinović                  
 

 
   
 
   
  Education
2002 graduated from the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Psychology. Postgraduate at the University of Belgrade. 2006 diploma in constructivist psychotherapy and counseling.
   
  Working Experience
2002 – 2004 psychologist in the 15th Belgrade Grammar School. 2004 - 2007 research assistant in The Institute for Educational Research. 2005 – 2007 qualitative market researcher in Growth from Knowledge Belgrade (GfK). 2002 – 2007 constructivist psychotherapist.
   
  Professional Interests
His scientific and practical work is based on three theoretical and methodological sources: Kelly’s personal construct theory, Michel Foucault’s post – structuralism, and Wittgenstein’s and Bakhtin’s “new philosophy of language”. He is interested in using various qualitative methods and techniques in social sciences, especially in education. He is particularly interested in genealogy of educational technologies.
   
  Associations’ Membership
Serbian Constructivist Association (SCA)
Serbian Federation of Psychotherapists’ Associations (SFPA)
European Constructivist Therapy Network (ECTN)
   
  Publications
Džinović, V. (2004): To Be a Failure Is a Choice, in S. M. Nahod & S. Joksimović (eds.): Knowledge and Achievement (178-188). Belgrade: The Institute for Education Research.
   
Džinović, V. & Malinić, D. (2004): Status of a Students' Failure in the Network of Relationships at School, in S. Krnjajić (ed.): Students' Social Behavior (171-192). Belgrade: The Institute for Educational Research.
   
Džinović, V. (2005): School as a Pluralist Community of Scientific and Educational Discourses, in S. Joksimović (ed.): Education of the Young for Democracy (94-111). Belgrade: The Institute for Educational Research.
   
Džinović, V.; Pavlović, J. & Stojnov, D. (2006): Choosing School Underachievement as a Way to Resist Power, Journal of the Institute for Educational Research, 38 (1), 124 - 150.
   
Pavlović, J.; Džinović, V. & Milošević, N. (2006): Theoretical Assumptions Underlying Discursive and Narrative Approaches in Psychology, Psychology, 39(4), 365 - 382.
   
Džinović, V.; Pavlović, J. & Milošević, N. (2007): Interdipendency Between Familiy and School: How Parents Construe Problems in Cooperation, in N. Polovina & B. Bogunović (eds.): School - Familiy Cooperation (114-130). Belgrade: The Institute for Educational Research.
   
Pavlović, J. & Džinović, V. (2007): Focus Groups: From Collecting Data to Critical Pedagogical Practice, Journal of the Institute for Educational Research, 39(2), 289 - 308.
   
Stojnov, D.; Džinović, V. & Pavlović, J. (in press): Kelly Meets Foucault: Choosing School Underachievement as a Resistance of Power. Papers from 8th International Conference of EPCA, Kristianstadt, Sweden.
   
Stojnov, D.; Džinović, V. & Pavlović, J. (in press): Kelly Meets Foucault: understanding school underachievement. Journal of Constructivist Psychology.
   
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